The Tri-City area (Parma, Parma Heights, and Seven Hills) is lucky enough to have plenty of breakfast spots to fit everyone’s tastes. Here are a few reviewed by our YP leadership team members. Don’t see your favorite? Tell us about your local spot in the comments!
Tony’s Family Restaurant
1515 W Pleasant Valley Rd.
“Wonderful staff that is always super accommodating. It’s a small space that often is very busy with a wait so plan accordingly. The food is that perfect diner breakfast and always made from scratch.” – Nina
8320 Snow Rd,
“This place has all the classics but also serves up some innovations such as breakfast pizzas and stuffed French toast!” -Kathie
10705 W Pleasant Valley Rd.
“They just renovated to add more space and it’s great. The staff is extremely nice and helpful. Food is delicious and they offer something for even the pickiest eater which my boyfriend happens to be. The decor is that 50’s old school diner look which adds to the experience. Love their breakfast specials from pumpkin roll french toast to barbacoa hash too!” – Nina
Kosta and Vic’s
10300 W Sprague Rd.
“This place features some really great breakfast specials that are too good to miss. The omelettes are fantastic and gigantic. It’s a local favorite so be ready to wait on the weekends for a table as their tiny building will be bursting out the doors with people wanting their food.” – Nina
Victoria’s Deli and Restaurant
6779 Ames Rd.
“Their skillets and omelets are very good. Fluffy eggs with just the right amount of everything else mixed in. Everything was priced right as well. Would definitely recommend as a place to stop in for breakfast or brunch.” -Dan
Luna’s Deli and Restaurant
6380 York Rd
“The skillet breakfasts are delicious and come in neat metal pans. From biscuits and gravy to banana nut pancakes, you’ll definitely find something you will enjoy.” -Kathie
Demetrio’s Family Restaurant
7851 Broadview Rd.
“This family restaurant serves up nice a full breakfast menu, in addition to a breakfast buffet on the weekends for under $10! But they also serve breakfast all day. The food was delicious, and there was enough to take home for later. The staff was pleasant and the service was fast. The restaurant was clean and well-lit with a lot of windows letting in the sunlight.” -Darlene
6406 Pearl Rd.
“This place has an old-fashioned feel to it with the wood panel walls, orange booths, a pay phone, and old cash register, kinda cool. Service was good and staff was friendly. Breakfast menu is simple and inexpensive and served all day. Here’s a place you can also find grits if you’re into that!” -Kathie
7729 W Ridgewood Dr.
“Fast Eddie’s serves brunch on Sundays from 10am to 1pm. They have some really delicious choices like corned beef hash, huevos rancheros and chicken and waffles and you can enjoy a Bloody Mary, mimosa or Parma Sunrise (malibu rum, champagne, pineapple juice, grenadine) along with your food.” -Danny
6056 State Rd.
“Opening most days at 9am or 10am, the Red Circle is a good place to grab breakfast (and perhaps an adult beverage) whether you’re there to bowl or catch the game. From omelets to breakfast wraps and quesadillas, the selection is nice, as well as the price!” -Kathie
Wagon Wheel Pub
8761 Snow Rd.
“I was drawn in by the brunch and bottomless mimosas. They have a little patio area which is also great to enjoy brunch during the summer. Most of us ordered breakfast pizzas which were delicious!” – Nina
5994 State Rd.
“Sloppy Bobs likes to celebrate the weekend with brunch Wednesday through Sunday. Go for big Bloody Marys and breakfast pizzas!” -Kathie
5486 State Rd.
“The best thing about First Stop is that it’s open at 7 a.m. pretty much every day of the year. Have the day off and want to celebrate early? Or catching a morning game on the weekend? First Stop is a great place to grab cheap drinks and a simple breakfast while you’re at it. Nothing fancy (eggs, potatoes, toast, sausage, bacon) but it will run you about $5 and keep your stomach full while you’re getting happy.” -Danny